Christian singer Colton Dixon offered a message of hope to Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church with his new music video for the song "Through all of it" on Monday.
Nine people were murdered at the historic church in South Carolina when 21-year-old Dylann Roof opened fire during a Bible study on June 17.
Four days later on Sunday, Emanuel AME Church reopened its doors to worship and pray while reflecting on the shooting and seeking God's grace. Touched by the televised service, Dixon dedicated the "Through all of it" video to Emanuel AME Church when it premiered on Fox Monday. more >>
California Pastor Tim Storey has been called a life coach to the stars with a ministry that has led him to speak into the lives of countless celebrities including rapper Kanye West and actor Charlie Sheen, who had a highly controversial breakdown in 2011.
Storey, 54, is the pioneer of a spiritual meeting known as the Hollywood Bible Study that began in 1992 with 12 people that has grown to over 2000, but dealing with entertainers was not his original vision for his life while he was a student at South Eastern University in Florida.
"My dream was to reach all people and so when I first started [in ministry], I went on a lot of missions trips to third world countries," said Storey to The Christian Post. "And I would do motivational speaking in places like South Africa, Nigeria and some of the tougher parts of the Philippines." more >>
In most cases when we see a 19-year-old girl get on stage, we think she will be singing a popular pop song. But not today. Deanna Johnson goes up on stage to sing a Gospel classic and the crowd goes wild!
On this episode of "The Voice," Deanna pushed aside her fear and decided to sing "Down to The River to Pray." It was a very bold move that impressed the judges the moment she began singing. It is refreshing to see contestants express their faith on live television. Even though these songs may not be as popular as pop songs, they are powerful and deliver an important message. Be sure to SHARE Deanna's performance with your friends and family!
Check out her live audition below: more >>
Tina Campbell, the gospel music singer, recently admitted that God delivered her from wanting to die, kill her children and her husband.
Campbell, the 41-year-old Mary Mary singer, has ventured into solo territory with a new book, I Need a Day to Pray, and album It's Personal. The material came from a time when the singer was forced to overcome her husband Teddy Campbell's infidelities and father's death in 2013.
The singer was very candid about the state of depression she was in and shared it with people during her live presentation of her new projects called "An Evening With Tina Campbell." more >>
Francis steps on stage and does something that completely wowed the crowd. The song choice is a hard one, but his angelic voice was actually perfect for this audition.
His angelic voice works great with the classic "I'll Be There." He hits high notes like a professional and sings his song in his own unique way. God has given him a gift and he is certainly using it to shine like a star on stage. This little boy gives all the judges the chills and has one even look up and say "Hallelujah." Francis is a little kid that packs a big voice meant to be heard by the world. When he gets older, he will fulfill all his dreams as a singer.
It's one thing to impress a judge, but to get them all to turn around is something special. He then chooses the judge who he believes will be best for him. Good luck! more >>
Gospel singer Marvin Sapp managed to garner another No. 1 debut album on the Gospel and Christian Sales Chart, with his latest offering "You Shall Live."
It's been four years since Sapp, 48, who also serves as a pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, released an album and he's humbled that his 10th has been such a success on music charts.
"I am humbled that so many still believe in the practical musical message that my team and I have shared over the years," said Sapp in a statement to The Christian Post. "It's been four years since my last album and the response has been great. Words can't express the appreciation that I feel!" more >>